The U.S. Deep Space Climate Observatory just sent back its first view of our home world, and it’s a beauty. One night in February 1998, Vice President Al Gore awoke with a start. He had dreamed of a satellite.
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Al Gore was vice president of the United States from 1993-2001. Since leaving politics, he's been heavily involved in the campaign to fight global warming, even winning a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts.